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Old 08-12-2018, 06:45 PM
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Default Farmer Burns newsletters

I don't do the flea market thing too often these days but imagine my surprise when I found this near set of the 1914 Farmer Burns correspondence wrestling school newsletters. Missing the first lesson but got the other five for a grand total of $3.00.

The second newsletter has a few pieces of tape and some small tears but all others are in great shape with very little damage. Thought it was a great find.
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very nice score
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very nice score
Thanks - I'm really glad I knew what they were. I'd been researching vintage wrestling stuff pretty heavily the last couple of months. As soon as I saw them I knew what they were because I'd read about them. But, safe to say, three months ago, I'd have walked right by them and thought nothing of it.
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I know nothing about these, and based on the title actually thought I was going to read about how a farmer burnt up some important early newsletters. Glad that's not the case.
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